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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS

I know, @DREAMON -- poor guy!  In the article, he said the stroke severely affected his right side, leaving him (temporarily) half-paralyzed, I think, and affecting his speech so that he sounded like he was talking underwater.

 

But he must have recovered well, b/c he cheerfully mentions being hard at work now overseeing his various restaurants.  Spunk. 

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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS

@Oznell 

 

How charming and beautiful. Wonderful news that the man is recovering.

Thanks for sharing this with us!

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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS

Oh, this is so me!  I love the Cotswolds and would move there in a second if I could.  I love everything about this house and I especially love the white old fashioned stove.  A gorgeous home and property.

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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS


@yellowrose wrote:

That house has ME ME ME all over it.  Love most everything -

just the art work would have to go.


My sentiments exactly!!!

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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS

Yes, I find it charming. The land is beautiful!
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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS

@Oznell Like something out of a story book!  Thanks for posting this adorable cottage!

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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS

What a beautiful home, I love all of it.

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Re: 1919 ENGLISH FARM IN COTSWOLDS

I love the cottage, but not the stuff on the mantle and walls.